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Kokum fruit sourness is used as a substitute for tamarind in many recipes. The kokum kernels are rich in an essential fatty acids and are used to extract a rich butter that is known as kokum butter. It has a mild to non-existent fragrance and looks. Kokum Butter has excellent emollient properties and very high oxidative stability. These properties help kokum butter make its way into many formulations like lip balms, lotions and soaps. Let us find out more about Kokum butter and its benefits for the skin and hair.